Author Topic: War Powers Resolution  (Read 4221 times)

zewazir

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Re: War Powers Resolution
« Reply #15 on: January 13, 2015, 06:05:51 PM »
         Just so I understand this. One nation can send forces into another one's territory,
harass, humiliate, murder, demoralize and disrupt the population and workings of the
nation, and, as long as the perps claim free lance status, that nation from which they
came is without guilt.  Ohhh-kaaay.
Which is why a war needs to be declared against Islamist Jihad. We need to name specific organizations, starting with ISIS, HAMAS, the Taliban, and working our way down to the smaller, less known organizations, finishing with the statement covering "all else who would attempt to impose their belief in Islam through violence." And the declaration of war needs to include the additional warning that any nation which knowingly harbors, trains, arms, or gives any other type of support to Islamic Jihadists will be considered an active participant of those we are at war with.

Darth Fife

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Re: War Powers Resolution
« Reply #16 on: January 13, 2015, 06:40:13 PM »
         Just so I understand this. One nation can send forces into another one's territory,
harass, humiliate, murder, demoralize and disrupt the population and workings of the
nation, and, as long as the perps claim free lance status, that nation from which they
came is without guilt.  Ohhh-kaaay.

As long as the country that is the victim of those assaults is unwilling to hold the nation of origin of the perps accountable for their actions...

Yes.

It's like this. You can make all the laws you want, but unless someone is willing to actual, effectively enforce those laws, they are not worth the paper they are written on.


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Re: War Powers Resolution
« Reply #17 on: January 14, 2015, 11:34:17 AM »
As long as the country that is the victim of those assaults is unwilling to hold the nation of origin of the perps accountable for their actions...
Yes.
It's like this. You can make all the laws you want, but unless someone is willing to actual, effectively enforce those laws, they are not worth the paper they are written on.

Which is another way of informing Barack that the State Department has been unable
to find any record of his visa.

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Re: War Powers Resolution
« Reply #18 on: January 27, 2015, 12:05:00 PM »
         Just so I understand this. One nation can send forces into another one's territory,
harass, humiliate, murder, demoralize and disrupt the population and workings of the
nation, and, as long as the perps claim free lance status, that nation from which they
came is without guilt.  Ohhh-kaaay.
In many ways that's been the problem of the US since the Korean War. The idea that UN troops were fighting for their lives against Red Chinese troops, but the UN wasn't allowed to attack the Chinese in China proper is insanity that could have only been thought up by Liberals. "Sorta War" has been SOP since then.
"LIBERALS: their willful ignorance is rivaled only by their catastrophic stupidity"!

 

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